London gigs to catch this December: Ob Tips

The crème de la crème of live gigs coming to the capital this December.

The Songs of Johnny Cash – 4th December
Windmill Brixton, SW2 5BZ
Ethan P. Flynn, Famous [below], Honeyglaze and HMLTD join a host of names from London’s underground to pay tribute to the man in black 20 years after his death.

Actress – 7th December
Studio 9294, E9 5LN
Evading categorisation at every turn, producer Darren Cunningham’s sparse, spacious electronica can be interspersed with groove at any moment; well worth the walk down the Hackney Wick canal.

Change – 8th December
The Jazz Cafe, NW1 7PG
Over forty years since the release of their debut album, disco icons Change are delivering vibes a-plenty to north London, hosted by É Soul Cultura.

Current Joys – 10th December
Village Underground, EC2A 3PQ
After close to a decade of releases, Current Joys’ distorted lo-fi compositions are finally getting the props they deserve.

Porridge Radio – 12th December
Porridge Radio vocalist Dana Margolin continuously slides beneath the radar as one of the UK’s great songwriting hopes. Catch the band’s show at OSLO and see for yourself.

Jeff Mills, LSDXOXO & OK Williams – 16th December
80s techno pioneer Jeff Mills is joined by LSDXOXO and NTS’ OK Williams to complete a formidable trifecta. What better way to see in Christmas?

Featured image: Actress

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